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A U.S. Senate race that was expected to be a nail-biter proved to be anything but that on Nov. 4 as Republican Congressman Cory Gardner upended Democratic incumbent Mark Udall in a race that was decided stunningly early. more
Several elected positions in Douglas County government were on the ballot. Below is a look at the outcomes. more
Voters in Douglas County helped decided four races for the state House and one race for the state Senate. Below is a look at the outcomes with Republicans taking all five races in commanding fashion. more
As a Highlands Ranch High School student, Adam Rhodes was so disinterested in school he drew giraffes on his ACT and SAT test forms. Today, Rhodes owns a successful custom art and clothing company Dive Ink, and soon may be appearing on the “Ink … more
It wasn't too long ago that two Highlands Ranch women had to live in secret and keep their love hidden from friends, family and co-workers. The two had been living together since 1999, and had been a couple for more than 20 years, but felt they … more
The South Suburban Parks and Recreation District Board of Directors is considering a number of fee increases as part of its 2015 budget. “We need to continue with our strategy of increasing fees and charges, where program/facility costs have … more
Art has value. Every stroke or blend, every form of an artist's expression contributes to a product which — when finished — is presented for view. Regardless of size or shape, the finished product is measured by potential. Most of the … more
The Douglas County School District's choice scholarship program finally will be aired before the state's highest court. Oral arguments in a lawsuit challenging the voucher program are set for 1:30 p.m. Dec. 10 at the Colorado Supreme Court in … more
The Douglas County Board of County Commissioners approved a 10-year business personal property tax incentive agreement with Charter Communications worth an estimated $437,195 at its Oct. 28 business meeting. Charter Communications, a broadband … more
Planning financially for retirement can be a daunting task, but a new series of educational seminars at the Philip S. Miller Library in Castle Rock will provide Douglas County seniors with a chance to have some of their questions answered. The 4 … more
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